In 2010, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat announced that CLF 2.0 would be replaced by four web standards (new window) that incorporate current web practices such as WCAG 2.0. Visit Common Look and Feel on Wikipedia (new window) for more information.
Use CSS HTML Validator Home, Pro, or Enterprise to help comply with current accessibility standards.
CSS HTML Validator for Windows can be used to check web documents for issues that can affect compliance with the Government of Canada's Common Look and Feel (CLF) standards. In addition, CSS HTML Validator checks HTML, CSS, accessibility, spelling, links, and more.
NOTE: Be sure to turn CLF checking on in the Canada CLF page of the Validator Engine Options (go to Options->Validator Engine Options). For more information, please visit the CLF 2.0 documentation page.
Simply open a document in the program, press F6, and the document is checked. It's that simple!